Ecophilosophy in Kikkeri Narayana’s “Wild Fowl and a Pair of Peacocks” : Prof. AJ Sebastian sdb

Ecophilosophy in Kikkeri Narayana’s “Wild Fowl and a Pair of Peacocks” : Prof. AJ Sebastian sdb                      Considering “The World as Sanctuary,” Eco-philosophy sees humanity as one with nature, carrying the  universe onward from inanimate matter of life, to consciousness, and ultimately to the Divine.  This new worldview emphasizes  the  unique  […]

Nurturing the Bitter past in C.G. Pai’s “Playing at Trains” : Prof. AJ Sebastian sdb

Nurturing the Bitter past in C.G. Pai’s “Playing at Trains” : Prof.  AJ Sebastian sdb Malayalam playwright C.G. Pai in his “Playing at Trains” delves into a young man’s struggle to   establish his identity due to his confrontation  with his  Gandhian father. Being rejected by his father  for his  independent thinking and attitude, the young […]

In difficult times carry something beautiful in your heart”: by Sr Bridget O’Connell FMA Limerick, Ireland

“In difficult times carry something beautiful in your heart” 21 Sunday in Ordinary Time Once there was a native Indian chief who was nearing the end of his life. In order to decide which of his sons should succeed him, he called them together one day and said to them: do you see that mountain in […]

Exploitation of  Women in   Vijay Tendulkar’s “Kamala”  : Prof.  AJ Sebastian sdb

  Introduction Though Vijay  Tendulkar (1828-2008) wrote  in Marathi, his  plays have been translated into English and other languages, and have been performed the world over. Known  also as a social activist, he has dwelt on  social themes. The present study is  on Kamala a  victim of  sexual exploitation.          The story  is based on […]

Conjugal Oppression in Satish Alekar’s Mickey and the Memsahib: Prof. AJ Sebastian sdb

      Conjugal  Oppression  in Satish Alekar’s Mickey and the Memsahib: Prof. AJ Sebastian sdb         Excelling in depicting absurdities of life, mingling black humour and satire, Satish Alekar  has   been acknowledged as a major force in the Indian  theatre. Coming under the  influence of the dramatist   Diwakar (Shankar Kashinath Garge (1889-1931)  who employed  […]

“Finding God in Service and Eucharist” by Fr Raymond McIntyre SDB, Salesian Community, Limerick, Ireland

“Finding God in Service and Eucharist”                                                      20th Sunday in Ordinary Time Today’s Gospel Reading records Our Lord’s invitation to His Disciples to His Eucharist Meal. An invitation to a […]

MOTIVATION PROGRAMME AT BAPTIST HR. SEC. SCHOOL KOHIMA : 4 AUGUST 15

  MR. KEVI, PRINCIPAL, BAPTIST HR. SEC. SCHOOL KOHIMA INTRODUCING THE MOTIVATION PROGRAMME FOR CL. IX & X HELD ON 4 AUGUST 2015   PROF. AJ SEBASTIAN  SDB CONDUCTED MOTIVATION SESSIONS FOR CL. IX & X STUDENTS OF BAPTIST HR. SEC. SCHOOL KOHIMA WHERE OVER 300 STUDENTS PARTICIPATED IN THE ONE-DAY PROGRAMME  

Mahesh Dattani’s  “Thirty Days in September” : A Saga of Child Sexual Abuse : Prof. AJ Sebastian sdb

               Mahesh Dattani’s social concern  has impelled him  to  probe  deeply into the  taboo issue of child  sexual abuse in  “Thirty Days in September”, which is a saga of  incest, betrayal and demonic  subjugation in the name of blood relationship.   The  sex maniac   turns out to be   Mala’s  own maternal […]

Animation Programmes for Teachers at at MSW College, Dimapur & DBS, Jorhat

Prof. AJ Sebastian sdb  conducted a A Two day Animation Programme for the Assistant Professors of MSW College of the Diocese of Kohima at Dimapur. Dr. Fr. Anto CP introduced the animator and the purpose of the programme. All the faculty of the College took part in the in-service-training held on 30-31 July 2015 A one day […]